If you’re going to Madeira Island, and you don’t know what to do yet, here are 5 suggestions of museums in Madeira Island you have to visit.
The museums are a great way to get to know Madeira Island, the customs, personalities, typical products of Madeira, wildlife, and much more.
Museums in Madeira Island
The museum depicts the life story of the Madeiran player Cristiano Ronaldo and boasts the trophies won by the Portuguese international throughout his brilliant career.
Open to the public at 1989 in the fishing village of Caniçal, the museum is testimony of the history of whale hunting in the seas of Madeira.
Museum of Embroidery and crafts
Space dedicated to the history and culture of Madeira embroidery, the Museum of Embroidery and Crafts recreates the atmosphere of the romanticism of a Madeiran house.
Casa Colombo Museum of Porto Santo
Portraits, maps and parts of the Dutch galleon Sloot Ter Hooge are some of the historical elements that can be appreciated in the House-Museum of the navigator Christopher Columbus.
Sugar Cane Museum and Mill
The Engenho da Calheta, founded in 1901 and located on the western tip of Madeira, welcomes an important museological space in which it exposes one of the primitive and important productive activities of the region, the sugar cane crop.
Visit the museums with the 7M Rent a Car
An excellent way to visit all the museums you want, is using one of the vehicles of the 7m Rent a Car, so you can travel easily throughout the island with the freedom you desire.